If you are a C corporation, S corporation or a limited liability company (LLC), the process isn’t that simple.You need to make certain decisions and take formal actions.Your choice will depend on your business entity and the associated benefits, costs and—most importantly—taxes.
Attorney Michael Spadaccini details how to choose the most appropriate business entity and walks you through the process of planning, formation, and operation.
The CD-ROM provides invaluable forms to organize an LLC, including documents that would cost thousands of dollars if drafted by an attorney, and customizable financial templates.
Recent developments in LLC laws are covered in detail.
Sometimes companies must move from one state to another often to lower the cost of doing business or provide a better quality of life for owners and employees.
A business move means juggling many tasks: finding suitable space, applying for tax and other incentives (e.g., local property tax abatements), coordinating staff, informing customers, obtaining business licenses, and physically making the move.
There is another important consideration: how to relocate your formal business entity.
Sole proprietorships and partnerships simply move and register to do business by filing a DBA in the new location.
To make your choice, consider the following factors: Our Online Status Center allows you to view the status of your order as it is processed, access copies of your state-approved incorporation or other filing documents, pay registered agent invoices online and more.
Biz Comply helps our Registered Agent Service customers keep their companies compliant with ongoing state requirements and corporate formalities.
Once you initiate Biz Comply, you can receive email alerts for urgent compliance events and access customizable corporate and LLC forms.
Set up an LLC with expert advice and save yourself the money and hassle of an attorney Professional legal advice from an experienced attorney and the experts at Entrepreneur magazine guides you through setting up a limited liability corporation.